Easop, a startup that offers equity compensation management and compliance software, announced Thursday that it has received funding from Cooley’s investment fund and tech-focused venture capital fund SemperVirens.

The deal’s financial details were not disclosed, but in a press release announcing the investment, Easop noted that it will work closely with Cooley’s lawyers. “The investment signifies more than financial backing—Easop will benefit from Cooley’s extensive network, legal expertise and comprehensive understanding of the U.S. equity compensation space,” Easop said.